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Quote from: Vril8 on Today at 10:02:28 AMNot seeing any benefit from VED, but I'm getting major improvements from counterbending for 30 mins 1-2x daily instead of just doing a straight stretch. I also find that it's helpful to start off with a straight stretch before initiating counterbending.

That's great to hear.

I'm going to purchase a RestoreX and give it a go.

How long did it take to get noticeable results?
#2
Not seeing any benefit from VED, but I'm getting major improvements from counterbending for 30 mins 1-2x daily instead of just doing a straight stretch. I also find that it's helpful to start off with a straight stretch before initiating counterbending.
#3
Penile Implants / Re: Implant Surgery July 29th ...
Last post by djl1965 - Today at 10:00:50 AM
I tried everything recommended: Trimix injections, pumps, and RestoreX. Unfortunately, due to angina and nitro medication, I couldn't take Cialis or Viagra. With a 60-degree bend, nothing seemed to alleviate my condition. But then I found Dr. Yonah Krakowsky in Toronto. I've seen him three times so far, and I feel very confident that he's the right doctor for me.

#4
Penile Implants / Re: Implant Surgery July 29th ...
Last post by Mikel7 - Today at 05:48:38 AM
Welcome Djl1965 to the forum. Thank you for filling out your signature line. If you havnt done so please study our survival guide --> Survival Guide .

So you are scheduled for an implant. When you say you have tried everything have you actually used the Restorex or PenimassterPro for traction? Manual stretching exercises will not give you the proper form of treatment the way a device does. You can even cause further damage to your penis because you do not have control over the pulling force applied to your penis.

I assume that you have also used tadalafil or like drugs? Do you have any erections at all?
 It sounds like you do have the support group around you and you have come to terms with your condition. Peyronies is devastating and we all here have gone through very similar emotional states.

So hopefully you have chosen a high volume well established implant surgeon to perform the procedure. This will determine your successful outcome. An implant should be considered if you actually have exhausted all other options and you do have full erectile failure. It is successful in the hands of the right Dr. Are you close to New York? Dr Eid is the top implant surgeon here in the USA. He is also a moderator on our forum here. Just making sure you do have a top implant surgeon if you do not.

Again welcome to the forum and study it for you will not get a lot of the information provided here from a Dr.       :)

Mikel7


#5
This post was originally intended for a knee injury. Wondering if it could be useful in any way
#6
Info / experience / thoughts on this technique?
#7
Penile Implants / Implant Surgery July 29th Toro...
Last post by djl1965 - Today at 12:19:43 AM
My Journey with Peyronie's Disease: From Despair to Hope

In July 2022, my life took an unexpected turn. I went from being extremely sexually active to experiencing unbearable pain and a rapid decline in my ability to maintain an erection. This sudden change left me confused, scared, and desperate for answers.

For two years, I fought against my condition. I tried everything—medications, pumps, and stretching exercises—but nothing seemed to help. Each day was a battle against pain and frustration. My confidence plummeted, and the joy I once found in intimacy vanished. The physical pain was relentless, but the emotional toll was even more devastating.

There were moments when I felt utterly hopeless. The thought of ending my life crossed my mind more times than I can count. I missed my old self, the person who was full of life and passion. It was a dark and lonely place to be, and I struggled to see a way out.

But I held on. I reached out for help, even when it felt like the hardest thing to do. I found support in friends, family, and professionals who helped me navigate this challenging journey. Their encouragement gave me the strength to keep going, even on the darkest days.

Now, I am facing surgery as my last option. The fear is overwhelming, but so is the hope for a better future. This surgery represents a chance to regain control over my life and to find relief from the pain that has haunted me for so long.

I know the road ahead won't be easy, but I am determined to keep fighting. This journey has taught me about resilience, the importance of seeking help, and the power of hope. If my story can help even one person feel less alone in their struggle, then sharing it is worth it.

To anyone else going through something similar, know that you are not alone. There is help out there, and there is hope. Keep fighting, and don't be afraid to reach out for support. Your life is worth it.

Everyday I will post my journey here!

D
#8
I have tried both of those meds at different times and I found pentox quite good for ED (and especially nocturnal erections) but I had to stop it because of some unbearable side effects like orthostatic-hypotension and uncontrollable bleeding.

Tadalafil didn't helped me at all and gave me low blood pressure, but L-Citrulline helped me with ED without causing much problem.

I'm not saying that any of the above mentioned drugs are bad or that you would face any of those side effects which I faced... Just wanted to share my experience with them.

Talk to a knowledgeable doctor and never exceed the dose recommended by them (remember, more is not always better when it comes to meds) and always inform your doctor about any side effects that you might face.

May God bless us all!
Take care!
#9
Yes it a good combo

If you are able to get pentoxifylline, which I can't. Despite all my problems.
#10
I use to regularly take the following combination on a Saturday night 1-2 times a month over a 2 year period.

40mg Tadalafil
200mg Sidenafil
60mg Dapoxetine

This was so I could have lots of vigorous sex in swinging clubs in a night. I remember the highest amount of women I slept with in one night was 7.

I would go home afterwards and go to sleep and wake up the next morning with a semi hard penis.

I wouldn't say this was ever priapism as it wasn't ever fully erect after playing. Just a bit big in a flaccid state.

I would watch porn and see men have vigorous sex all the time on ED drugs so thought it must be fine as they seem to be doing it.

I guess this trauma didn't help and led to peyronies eventually.

Has anyone else had a similar experience and took medications to make them last longer, causing trauma?